At its opening, the facility in Češča vas was classified in the elite grade A by the Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI).
However, to the detriment of the cyclists, the facility is not roofed and has been left to the mercy of the weather, which has left its mark over the last twenty years.
At the Frutabela Velodrome Record event, cyclists broke boundaries and set numerous new Slovenian time-trial records: David Kopše, world amateur champion and now also a Slovenian national one-hour time trial champion, beat the record from 2000 held by Boštjan Mervar. He rode 47.499 km. Alenka Novak set the first-ever record in the women one-hour time trial category in Slovenia. She set a milestone for future cyclists to beat, namely 39.894 km. Jon Božič, a young cyclist and the future of Slovenian cycling, set the record in the U23 category. He finished his one-hour time trial at 46.037 km. Para-cyclist David Kuster set a Slovenian 1 km record with the time 1:26.36.